Foolish Heart, Minglewood Blues, Mississippi Half Step, Queen Jane Approximately, Ramble On Rose, Beat It On Down The Line, Bird Song, Johnny B. Goode Blow Away, Samson & Delilah, Help On The Way-> Slipknot!-> Franklin's Tower-> Drums-> Jam-> I Need A Miracle-> Stella Blue-> Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: Black Muddy River
SBD> ?> CD> EAC> SHN (EAC); DAE & SHN Encoding by Tommy Brame
This is some highly tripped out stuff, 7 minutes of madness, in line with other MIDI weirdness from Fall 89
rick e. -
January 2, 2009 Subject:
I didn't think this show was all that hot at the time ,but I had the the flu and was exhausted from the Philly and Meadowlands shows.This show has some good psychedelic moments.I have really enjoyed this one more and more each time I hear it.Nice BIODTL and Help>Slip>Frank
Before the show in the parking lot the sky
had Pinkish-Purplish clouds .After hurricane Hugo the sky looked extremely clear and we had those unusual clouds on several occasions.
August 16, 2008 Subject:
help a brother out!
can someone please help me out with a copy of this show----my first email@example.com
October 22, 2007 Subject:
Did you have a ticket?
This was my first road trip show. We drove 9 hours and I was supposed to meet a friend who had my ticket. (All I had to do was find him amongst 25,000 of my closest friends in the days before the cell phone) I found him about 20 minutes before the show so even though it was cutting it close, I was in! The folks I rode down with were ticketless and the show was way SOLD OUT so they had to chill in the lot. (That sucks, did that once and that was that) Next night? Tickets were flowing like water. One of the girls I rode down with bought a ticket for $5 and a hug. Did anyone camp at Carowinds and check out the MASSIVE pile of debris from the Hurricane Hugo recovery? As for the show itself, it was okay but I do remember Brent falling and the show in general seeming out of sorts. Next night kicked ass!
June 16, 2007 Subject:
I didn't notice any of this alleged tiredness; this is NOT an off night. In fact, I think it was a far better show than the next night. Great Blow Away, and one of the best HelpSlipFranks I ever saw.
May 11, 2007 Subject:
let the good times roll
anyone who was there knows it was a magical time; no matter if Brent falls aout of his chair or what...
September 6, 2004 Subject:
i concur :)
johnyg3 hit it right on. ive always thought that about this show, i did the hamptons, spectrums and these and left this show feeling like it was an off night, somehting wasnt right with the whole vibe or something. but the next night things seemed to be refreshed and back to normal again!
August 1, 2004 Subject:
I think it was good -
I am biased, this show being my first Dead show, but sounds pretty crispy, Brent / Blow Away always gets me going.
July 24, 2004 Subject:
It's not that bad
This is not a bad show, there are a few musical flubs but it's not really that noticeable. They have a little trouble with Help>Slip, but that's only because it's the fourth time they played it in eight years.
July 24, 2004 Subject:
The band was worn out and it showed here. I mean after Hampton, Meadowlands, Spectrum, could you blame them? I did not, but it was disappointing. Help>Slip>Franklins was a trainwreck and I hate to use that term. They did rebound the next night. I mean their only human. Right??